Pastor's Message

Good morning Southpoint Family,
I wanted to take a moment to share an important update in regards to the Coronavirus. Last night our board met as a whole to develop an ongoing plan for our church. Under the recommendation of the Florida Conference as well as our local and state government, Southpoint will suspend in person services for the next two weeks. While we know this will be a disruption, we feel it is the best way to help protect those in our community that are most vulnerable.

However, we will be continuing to stream an abbreviated worship service each and every Sabbath at 11:30 am until we are able to return. We are also working to develop plans for both adult and children's Sabbath school, which we hope to implement on week two.

After this initial two weeks, we will reevaluate the situation and make decisions as to the reopening of the church. At this time, I am reminded of Isaiah 41:10 "So do not fear, for I am with you; do not be dismayed, for I am your God. I will strengthen you and help you; I will uphold you with my righteous right hand."

We are asking four things of our members:

  1. Spread the word that we will be closed for the next two weeks.
  2. Pray for one another and our community and leaders.
  3. Check on one another.
  4. Join us as we stream messages of hope.

Finally, we want to help those in need. Please let us know if there is something we as the leaders can do to help. We have people who can help with errands for our elderly population. We have people who will pray with you if you are in need. Please stay connected with us during this trying time. My family and myself will be back April 1st but are closely monitoring the situation with the elders. Please check back for periodic updates as things are changing rapidly.

May God bless and keep you,

Pastor Amos



Southpoint Food Pantry

Due to the current restrictions regarding COVID-19, the Southpoint Food Pantry is taking precautionary measures to ensure the safety of our volunteers and the safety of our guests in our community.

Effective immediately, we are instituting a drive-thru only food distribution. Food will be prepackaged. We are asking for your patience during this time. Our volunteers are leaving their families at home and are coming out to the pantry to serve you, so we ask for your cooperation.

We ask that you remain in your vehicle and follow the instructions you'll be given when you arrive. Please do not leave your vehicles to greet each other, please remain in your vehicles. For that reason we are asking that you arrive only at the times listed below.

FRIDAY - Please do not arrive before 12:30pm, drive-thru food distribution will begin at 1:00pm.

MONDAY - please do not arrive before 5:00 pm, drive-thru food distribution will begin at 6:00pm.

We ask that you follow all instructions as listed above as we will need access to the parking lot.

We look forward to continue serving our community and we pray for the safety of all of our families and loved ones during these trying times.